Border-Gavaskar Trophy: Australia captain Pat Cummins dominated out of third Test

Australia captain Pat Cummins has been dominated out of the third Test, to be held in Indore, as he’ll stay house in Sydney for household causes.

Earlier this week, Cricket Australia stated that Cummins, 29, flew to his hometown in Sydney for a few days and he would return to India to guide Australia within the third Test in Indore from March 1.

On Thursday night time, Cummins knowledgeable coach Andrew McDonald of his determination to stay in Australia, with the remainder of the squad advised at coaching on Friday morning.

In the second Test, held in Delhi, Australia suffered a six-wicket defeat towards India, which has gained the final three Test collection towards the Aussies. Rohit Sharma’s males want another win to succeed in the World Test Championship closing.

Cummins has taken three wickets in two matches at a median of 39.67 within the ongoing collection.

Last week, Australian leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson returned house for the start of his first little one. He was changed by Matthew Kuhnemann within the squad.

Australia is trailing 0-2 within the four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy towards India.

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